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|12-10-2013 11:00 PM|
|SMK||Both great choices. Dont need to stay away from one or another.|
|12-10-2013 09:13 AM|
|jamor||Stay away from Gigabyte.|
|12-10-2013 09:08 AM|
I would go for the MSI, i dont know about MSI's voltage controll, but i read allot about Gigabyte cards having locked BIOS's not allowing voltage controll.
You would expect MSI to give full voltage controll, as they also have msi afterburner.
|12-10-2013 09:06 AM|
|12-10-2013 09:05 AM|
|10-25-2013 09:02 AM|
Ha agreed. I'd remove it and put it on my CPU if I could
|10-25-2013 08:37 AM|
On the cooler alone I'd pick the MSI, I've got that same cooler on my 570 and at least on that card it does a great job with temps barely over 60 and 35 at idle, and it's quiet.
|10-25-2013 08:20 AM|
Read in a thread yesterday (unsourced) that Asus and Sapphire are using Hynix, Gigabyte and MSI are using Elpida. In that case, the Asus or the Sapphire would be the better picks.
|10-25-2013 07:54 AM|
For me neither!!
I looked at a lot of cards before purchasing a pair of Powercolor 7950 PCS+ cards. Some very good reviews, very good cooler that runs oh so quiet.. Cards have unlocked voltage and clock very well.
All this is a huge seller, but the big one is a Black PCB??? MSI uses a very ugly brown PCB and that Sapphire blue does not work for me... lol
At the time of my purchase the cards were $209 with a $30 MIR?
|10-25-2013 06:01 AM|
And the GV looks pretty awesome with all the fans going
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